Bachelor of Biomedical Science / Master of Data Analytics
Queensland University of Technology (QUT)
Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
The complexity of the human body, modern lifestyle diseases and emerging medical treatments call for graduates with diverse skill sets. The application of bioinformatics, computer science and statistical modelling continues to have a major impact on research in the biomedical sciences. The combination of these two separate but complementary study areas will be at the forefront of developments in our understanding of public health, the causes of disease and the development of new approaches to treatment. With the increased reliance on data in healthcare, there is a clear need for biomedical science graduates who can use computational and statistical methods to generate and interpret accurate data sets and link different data sets to promote evidence-based decision-making for health practitioners. The application of these quantitative approaches is at the forefront of developments in our understanding of public health, the aetiology of disease and the development of new approaches to treatment. In the first 2.5 years of this program you will gain knowledge of a wide range of biomedical disciplines and use these as the foundation for the development of more advanced theoretical and practical skills in specialised biomedical science areas. In the subsequent 1.5 years of the program you will articulate to the Master of Data Analytics where you will develop both knowledge and skills in advanced biomedical data analytics. These include data mining methods, statistical modelling, statistical data analysis, modern biomedical technologies, software system development and research methodologies. As a graduate you will have significant project-based experience and developed high-order thinking strategies that allow you to apply data analytical skills to solve complex problems in biomedical research and healthcare.
To meet the requirements of the Bachelor of Biomedical Science component of the vertical double degree, you must complete a total of 288 credit points.
- Anatomical Sciences
- Cell and Molecular Biotechnology
- Human Biochemistry
- Infection and Immunity
- Human Physiology
Standard entry requirements
- Year 12 or equivalent
- Assumed knowledge: Biology (Units 3 & 4, C)Chemistry (Units 3 & 4, C)Mathematical Methods, or Specialist Mathematics (Units 3 & 4, C)
Professional recognitionDepending on the units selected in final year, graduates of the Bachelor of Biomedical Science will be eligible for membership into one or more of the following organisations: Australian Society for Medical ResearchAustralian and New Zealand Society for Cell and Developmental BiologyAustralian Society for Biochemistry and Molecular BiologyAustralian Association of Clinical BiochemistsAustralian Society for Microbiology, Australian Neuroscience SocietyThe Endocrine Society of Australia, Society of Reproductive BiologyAustralian and New Zealand Association of Clinical AnatomistsAustralian and New Zealand Bone and Mineral SocietyAustralian and New Zealand Forensic Science Society.
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|Gardens Point||International: $188,800||No|